Female Soldier Posts Instagram Pic, Followers Stunned To See What’s Underneath Uniform


According to Daily Mail Sgt Rianna Conner was born as a farm girl from California. She has worked as a marine for almost seven years and now based in South Carolina. Conner posts photos of herself on Instagram on a regular basis. After viewers are astonished by the photos she shares on social media, she has now become a social media star.

The social media star looks incredible good when she is in or out of her uniform. To support Trump, the blonde bombshell is using her internet fame.

The social media star supports her brothers and sisters in the forces by posting inspirational messages.

She described herself “a woman’s woman” and “faithful friend”, on Instagram she tells her fans “I won’t run off with your man. I won’t hate you because you’re beautiful. I won’t put you down. I’ll tell you if there is a lipstick on your teeth”.



Her posts are filled with the following inspirational messages:

“I’m not perfect, I’ve got lots of bruises on my body from work, sometimes I laugh obnoxiously loud, I suck at staying hydrated, I’ve got some messed up tattoos. I stay up too late most nights, I love my daddy but I’m not close with him, I use to get into a lot of fist fights in high-school, I’m a hopeless romantic”.



“Health is not about what you’re eating or what exercises you are doing, but it’s also about what you’re thinking and saying”.

“Just as I have some bad qualities, I’ve also got some pretty great ones.

“Self-love requires courage. Be brave enough to love who you are, and brave enough to be who you are unapologetically. And always remember that the value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.”

Conner currently has 148k followers on Instagram, she still continues to post her picture and inspirational messages.

Article Sources:  Daily Mail Photo Credit: Rianna Conner/Instagram

 

 





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